NWACA sent out their survey on the REZONING of Austin oaks. The bias is clear.
Careful with your answers folks.
After you put in your name and address (required) ...Are Q 2 & 3 significant (maybe different values based on your proximity to Austin Oaks, or length of time in the 'hood)?
Q3 is the one that counts.
In Q 4, if someone clicks "Opposed to the proposed PUD" maybe it should state "If Opposed, skip the rest of this survey." Because I could still think reduced density and an onsite park represent improvements from the first go-round, but why should I bother rating something simply because it's less bad than it was?? (This is survey bias at its finest. Margin of error is off the charts).
So Q 5-7 are pro-PUD. The middle answer option could mean you're for it, hate it, and don't care...just depends on your context. The results of this question will be meaningless statistics for city council to receive. The developer & NWACA will call it progress in negotiations.
If anything over 5 stories requires a deviation from current zoning that's a separate conversation so I wouldn't answer Q 6.
And Q 7 can't be ranked if I oppose the PUD because I don't need to even think about whether I love schools more than heritage trees or if I hate traffic more than I hate building heights.
You can take the survey here: